Monday, February 1, 2016

  Best Systems of 24 and under Hitting Talent:

1. Ottawa
2. Minnesota
3. New Orleans
4. Montreal
5. Washinton
6. Kansas City
7. Dover
8. Norfolk
9. Hartford
10. Arizona
11. Huntington
12. Philadelphia
13. Rochester
14. Toronto
15. Salem
16. Pawtucket
17. New Britain
18. Austin
19. Chicago
20. Helena
21. Florida
22. Milwaukee
23. Boston
24. San Juan
25. Fresno
26. Scottsdale
27. Salt Lake
28. Portland
29. Mexico City
30. Baltimore
31. Los Angeles
32. Texas

Best Systems of 24 and under Pitching Talent:

1. Washington
2. Toronto
3. Hartford
4. Kansas City
5. Dover
6. Texas
7. Rochester
8. Milwaukee
9. Huntington
10. Montreal
11. Salt Lake
12. New Britain
13. Minnesota
14. Salem
15. Norfolk
16. Austin
17. Chicago
18. Arizona
19. Pawtucket
20. Scottsdale
21. Portland
22. Helena
23. Ottawa
24. Boston
25. New Orleans
26. Mexico City
27. Los Angeles
28. Philadelphia
29. Florida
30. Baltimore
31. San Juan
32. Fresno

Best Overall:

1. Washington
2. Kansas City
3. Dover
4. Hartford
5. Montreal
6. Minnesota
7. Toronto
8. Huntington
9. Rochester
10. Norfolk
11. Ottawa
12. Arizona
13. New Orleans
14. Salem
15. New Britain
16. Milwaukee
17. Austin
18. Pawtucket
19. Chicago
20. Salt Lake
21. Texas
22. Philadelphia
23. Helena
24. Scottsdale
25. Boston
26. Portland
27. Florida
28. Mexico City
29. San Juan
30. Fresno
31. Los Angeles
32. Baltimore

Friday, August 14, 2015

SEASON 19 RICKEY BLOG AWARDS

American League Most Valuable Player
Dan Kroeger
Austin
Armadillos
Age: 29B/T: S/R
Born: Defiance, OH
Position(s): DH
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Notes: Dan “The Defiant” Kroeger was an All-Star, American League Designated Hitter Silver Slugger, the league leader in Batting Average {.366}, On-Base Percentage {.471}, Runs Created per 27 Outs {11.647} & Walks {113}. This is Kroeger’s first American League Most Valuable Player Award
R      H   2B 3B HR RBI BB SO HBP SB CS AVG OBP   SLG OPS   PA
111 207 39   1   33   124 113 36     1     3     6 0.366 0.471 0.613 1.084 682

National League Most Valuable Player
Alex Accardo
Toronto
Brigands
Age: 29B/T: R/R
Born: Colon, CU
Position(s): SS
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Notes: “The Cuban Assassin” Alex Accardo was an All-Star, National League Third Basemen Silver Slugger, the league leader in Homeruns {65}, Isolated Power {.382}, Runs Batted In {173}, Slugging Percentage {.688} & Triples {11}. This is Accardo’s first National League Most Valuable Player Award.
R      H   2B 3B HR RBI BB SO HBP SB CS AVG OBP   SLG OPS   PA
126 197 28   11 65   173   44 113   9     35 7   0.307 0.359 0.688 1.047 697

American League Golden Arm of the Year
Russell Olsen
Florida
Illegal Immigrants
Age: 32B/T: S/R
Born: Utica, NY
Position(s): P (SP2)
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Notes: “The Hitman” Russell Olsen was an All-Star, the league leader in Complete Games {14}, Number of Pitches Thrown per Game {116}, Shutouts {4}, Strikeouts {245} & Wins {22}. This is Olsen’s third American League Golden Arm of the Year Award.
CG SHO W L     IP     H   R HR BB SO QS
14     4     22 9 267.2 210 86 23   69 245 28

National League Golden Arm of the Year
Kevin Cheung
Rochester
Rhinos
Age: 36B/T: L/L
Born: Okinawa, JP
Position(s): P (SP3)
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Notes: Kevin “The Last Samuari” Cheung was an All-Star and was the league leader in Quality Starts {29}. This is Cheung’s first National League Golden Arm of the Year award.
CG SHO W L     IP    H     R HR BB SO QS
2      0     18 11 242.2 190 72 18   58 215 29

American League Coach of the Year - gorshar {Coach of the Year Award}
24 game improvement from season 18 to season 19 {which was the most in the American League}. The team scored 55 more runs and allowed 39 fewer runs then the previous. During season 18 the Austin Armadillos finished second in the American League South Division and had a losing record but during season 19 they finished as American League South Division Champion and was tied for the best record in Rickey.

National League Coach of the Year - littlejim {Coach of the Year Award}
25 game improvement from season 18 to season 19 {the biggest improvement in the league}. The team scored 37 more runs and allowed 222 fewer runs then the previous season {which also was the biggest improvement in the league in allowing runs}. During season 18 the Ottawa Fat Cats finished in fourth place in the National League North Division and lost over 100 games but during season 19 they finished in third place in the National League North Division.

American League Big Stick Award
Catcher -
{3}

First Basemen -
{1}

Second Basemen -
{2}

Third Basemen -
{2}

Shortstop -
{1}

Left Fielder -
{1}

Center Fielder -
{2}

Right Fielder -
{1}

Designated Hitter -
{3}

National League Big Stick Award
Catcher -
{1}

First Basemen -
{3}

Second Basemen -
{1}

Third Basemen -
{1}

Shortstop -
{1}

Left Fielder -
{2}

Center Fielder -
{1}

Right Fielder -
{3}

American League Pure Glove Award
Catcher –
{2}

First Basemen –
{1}

Second Basemen –
{3}

Third Basemen –
{1}

Shortstop –
{3}

Left Fielder –
{1}

Center Fielder –
{2}

Right Fielder –
{1}

National League Pure Glove Award
Catcher –
{2}

First Basemen –
{2}

Second Basemen –
{2}

Third Basemen –
{2}

Shortstop –
{1}

Left Fielder –
{1}

Center Fielder –
{1}

Right Fielder -
{2}

American League Rookie of the Year
Mike Parkinson
Hartford
Hungry Hungry Hippos
Age: 23B/T: L/L
Born: Blair, NE
Position(s): 1B/DH
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National League Rookie of the Year
Joe McInerney
Rochester
Rhinos
Age: 23B/T: R/R
Born: Gloucester City, NJ
Position(s): LF/1B/DH
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Organization of the Year - Texas Toast {2}
[AAA National League South Division Champion, AA National League South Division Champion, HiA National League South Division Champion]

American League Least Valuable Player
Cookie DeRojas
Tampa Bay
Targaryens
Age: 22B/T: R/R
Born: Altamira, DO
Position(s): SS/IF/OF/DH
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Notes: This is “The Ola” Cookie DeRojas lead the league in Negative Plays {38} & Errors {93}. This is DeRojas’s first American League Least Valuable Player Award
R   H   2B 3B HR RBI BB SO HBP SB CS AVG OBP SLG   OPS   PA
70 135 28 1     24   72   41 131     7     8 10 0.229 0.286 0.402 0.688 639

National League Least Valuable Player
Gerald Buckner
Madison
Mxyzptlks
Age: 23B/T: R/R
Born: So Houston, TX
Position(s): 1B/DH
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Notes: This is Gerald “The Texas Basher” Buckner first National League Least Valuable Player Award
R     H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO HBP SB CS AVG OBP SLG   OPS   PA
80 144 19 0     28   80   58   63     4     0   1 0.259 0.333 0.445 0.778 619

American League Meatball Pitcher of the Year
Orber Hernandez
Milwaukee
Bears
Age: 29B/T: R/R
Born: Aragua, VE
Position(s): P (SP4)
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Notes: This is “The Burro” Orber Hernandez first American League Meatball Pitcher of the Year Award
CG SHO W L     IP      H     R HR BB SO QS
4       1     11 16 209.0 218 157 49 128 138 13

National League Meatball Pitcher of the Year
Albert Marmol
Washington D.C.
Seals
Age: 38B/T: R/R
Born: Sabana Grande De Boya, DO
Position(s): P (P)
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Notes: This is “The Andador” Albert Marmol first National League Meatball Pitcher of the Year Award
CG SHO W L   IP      H   R   HR BB SO QS
0       0     7 11 177.1 172 115 25   94 124 10

American League Dunce of the Year - XYGZ {Dunce of the Year Award}
The team won 3 fewer games from season 18 to season 19. The team scored 57 more runs and allowed 71 fewer runs than the previous season. During season 18 the El Paso Border Patrol finished in last place in the American League South Division with the second worst record in Rickey, for season 19 the El Paso Border Patrol finished in the same position.

National League Dunce of the Year - merott {Dunce of the Year Award}
The team won 20 fewer games from season 18 to season 19 {the biggest drop in the league}. The team scored 66 fewer runs and allowed 138 more runs than the previous season. During season 18 the Washington D.C. Seals finished second in the National League East Division but for season 19 they in fourth place and had the worst record in Rickey.

American League Limp Stick Award
Catcher -
{1}

First Basemen -
{1}

Second Basemen -
{1}

Third Basemen -
{1}

Shortstop -
{1}

Left Fielder -
{1}

Center Fielder -
{1}

Right Fielder -
{1}

Designated Hitter -
{1}

National League Limp Stick Award
Catcher -
{1}

First Basemen -
{1}

Second Basemen -
{1}

Third Basemen -
{1}

Shortstop -
{1}

Left Fielder -
{1}

Center Fielder -
{1}

Right Fielder -
{1}

American League Brick Glove Award
Catcher –
{1}

First Basemen –
{1}

Second Basemen –
{1}

Third Basemen –
{1}

Shortstop –
{1}

Left Fielder –
{1}

Center Fielder –
{2}

Right Fielder –
{1}

National League Brick Glove Award
Catcher –
{1}

First Basemen –
{3}

Second Basemen –
{3}

Third Basemen –
{1}

Shortstop –
{1}

Left Fielder –
{1}

Center Fielder –
{1}

Right Fielder -
{1}